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Police uproot 'marijuana' plants

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Update: 2:02PM PLANTS believed to be marijuana were uprooted earlier this week by police officers in Navosa.

A total of 42 plants were uprooted, a police report this morning confirmed.

Separately police officers in Sabeto also uprooted plants believed to be marijuana after raiding the home of a 46-year-old farmer.

Plants believed to be marijuana were also uprooted in  Ovalau, Navua and Labasa.

All leaves are currently being analysed.

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